LearnStreet

28 followers
·
0 following
Silicon Valley  ·  At LearnStreet anyone can learn how to #code. Sign up at http://www.learnstreet.com & learn #programming languages #Python, #Ruby & #JavaScript
LearnStreet
More ideas from LearnStreet
Igpay Atinlay Ocksray! In this project you will write the code to convert English to Pig Latin and back again. Code it and start sending Pig Latin messages to your friends. Receive pig Latin messages and translate them back to something legible!

In this project you will write the code to convert English to Pig Latin and back again. Code it and start sending Pig Latin messages to your friends. Receive pig Latin messages and translate them back to something legible!

In this fun project, you will write the code to translate words and phrases into morse code! Code it and start sending cryptic messages to your friends and family -- and then have them come back to your project to decrypt it!

In this fun project, you will write the code to translate words and phrases into morse code! Code it and start sending cryptic messages to your friends and family -- and then have them come back to your project to decrypt it!

Think you’re smart, huh? Well, let’s see about that. Coding this project is the easy part. But can you break the code in under 10 turns?

Think you’re smart, huh? Coding this project is the easy part. But can you break the code in under 10 turns?

You’ve got cash! In this project you will write the code to get your ATM machine to work. You will be able to withdraw, deposit, transfer and check your balances. Ba da bling ba da blang!

In this project you will write the code to get your ATM machine to work. You will be able to withdraw, deposit, transfer and check your balances.

Hail Numerals! Ever wonder what MCXXCII represents? In this project you will write the method to convert integers into Roman Numerals so you can easily identify what those conquering Romans were thinking!

Ever wonder what MCXXCII represents? In this project you will write the method to convert integers into Roman Numerals so you can easily identify what those conquering Romans were thinking!

In this exercise, using Javascript, you will read a bunch of salaries from a textbox, perform a tax calculation on them and then display the result in a table format. This is an applied JavaScript exercise with some conceptual aspects and many more instructive examples about how to use JavaScript for modifying HTML.

In this exercise, using Javascript, you will read a bunch of salaries from a textbox, perform a tax calculation on them and then display the result in a table format. This is an applied JavaScript exercise with some conceptual aspects and many more instructive examples about how to use JavaScript for modifying HTML.

If you are building a webpage, chances are you are going to need some kind of field form for users to enter data and a way to validate the information. In this simple but useful project you will write the code for a form validator script. Let's do it!

If you are building a webpage, chances are you are going to need some kind of field form for users to enter data and a way to validate the information. In this simple but useful project you will write the code for a form validator script.

In this exercise, we will take a list of email addresses and split the local and domain portions of the address. That sounds like a useful and simple objective, but in doing so, we will have to build several aspects - taking a list and splitting out individuals values, phrasing an individual value, extracting a user name and domain of the email address and checking for validity. Sounds simple!

In this exercise, we will take a list of email addresses and split the local and domain portions of the address. That sounds like a useful and simple objective, but in doing so, we will have to build several aspects - taking a list and splitting out individuals values, phrasing an individual value, extracting a user name and domain of the email address and checking for validity. Sounds simple!

Conway's Game of Life is a zero-player game from the 1970s which, using a few simple rules, simulates how a an initial starting 'population' of cells progress through successive generations. Code the methods and recreate this famous simulation game!

Conway's Game of Life is a zero-player game from the which, using a few simple rules, simulates how a an initial starting 'population' of cells progress through successive generations. Code the methods and recreate this famous simulation game!

We’re sure most of you have played this classic game where you have to connect 4 dots in a row to win. In this project, you will write the methods to get the game to work so you can play against LearnStreet. Think you have what it takes to win? Find out now! #Coding, #Python, #Ruby, #JavaScript, #Programming

We’re sure most of you have played this classic game where you have to connect 4 dots in a row to win. In this project, you will write the methods to get the game to work so you can play against LearnStreet. Think you have what it takes to win? Find out now! #Coding, #Python, #Ruby, #JavaScript, #Programming

How good is your memory? Pretty sharp? In this game you will write the methods to try and match pairing objects. So, get ready to test your awesome memory matching skills and start matching! #Coding, #Python, #Ruby, #JavaScript, #Programming

In this game you will write the methods to try and match pairing objects. So, get ready to test your awesome memory matching skills and start matching!

Searching for a value inside arrays and collections is an often encountered activity. #Coding, #Python, #Ruby, #JavaScript, #Programming

Searching for a value inside arrays and collections is an often encountered activity.